Comment about the 16th Century White Horse Inn, Kersey, Suffolk
I have a print of a watercolor by A Marc published by a Swiss firm Stehli Freres in probably the 30's or 40's. It is of the White Horse Inn from the opposite side than the photo, with the water pump in the foreground. Across the street (described on the back of the print as Flemish houses)are the houses you describe as Medieval Weavers Houses. Only a portion of the Inn is visible, with the sign hanging on the corner, and it is half timbered. I love the print, would be willing to photograph and email if anyone is interested. Thanks!
Donna Roberts, Battle Creek, Michigan USA
i can't believe you changed this pub into a house and also the people that live there don't socialise. i would recommend that you take a picture of my house please. Priory Hill Cottage. Very old. Thankyou for your time.
ellen boorman, kersey
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